- (1895-1973)German sociol-ogist. He was born in Stuttgart. He became professor of social philosophy at the University of Frankfurt am Main in 1930. He emigrated to Paris in 1933 and the following year went to the US. From 1945 to 1947 he served as chief research consultant to the American Jewish Committee. In 1948 he returned to Germany and re-established the Institut fur Sozialforschung in Frankfurt, which had been closed under Nazi rule. After 1954 he taught at the University of Chicago.
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